Dec 3, 2013
As you may have noticed, I haven't really used this space on a regular basis. I just wanted to write a quick post to cap off the blog and guide you to where I most frequently post updates and announcements. You can find me alive and well at the following internet locations:
And as always, you can feel free to shoot me an email: Info (at) upintheairsomewhere (dot) com
I have big plans for a major website overhaul early in 2014, including adding one of a kind sculptures. For now I tend to update my Etsy shop most frequently with new work.
I'll end the blog with one last announcement: I made a custom desk set for Anthropologie! It's up on their website as of Dec. 2013. I remember watching a TV show a few years ago about one of the buyers for Anthropologie traveling the world looking for artists work to sell. I dreamed about one day having the opportunity and now here I am! It's rare to check off big professional dreams so I'm trying to savor the moment.
May 1, 2013
Featured Shop on Etsy this week! I think anyone who has an Etsy shop daydreams about getting this opportunity, so when I got the email from Etsy Admin I was thrilled. The feature was up for 2 days and during that time I received so many thoughtful comments of support. I was blown away by the number of people who took the time to stop and say a kind word. You guys are amazing! Thank you! You can read the interview here.
Feb 26, 2013
Jan 15, 2013
Recently Sarah and I had the pleasure of a studio visit from Debbie Carlos. Debbie is an artist best known for her bold poster sized black and white photo prints. I love looking at her photos and it was truly an honor to have her hang out in our studio and see the space through her eyes. Here is a link to her kind write up about the visit. (photo by Debbie Carlos)
Nov 25, 2012
Nov 2, 2012
I've been away for the month so I haven't had a chance to announce my super special collaboration with BHLDN! Over the late summer I worked on a very limited edition of 12 large silver zag trays. I was really happy with how they turned out and so excited to sell them exclusively through BHLDN. The trays are about twice as large as the gold originals, so it was a bit of a challenge to get the scale right & keep the bottom flat and crack free. I loved getting to work on something a little different and definitely want to offer this larger size in the future.